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captions paid for by nbc-universal television yeah for us! it's winesday wednesday, and people are already lining up outside with bieber fever. >> bieber -- be careful what you say there. >> i know. >> it was raining overnight, you guys.
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>> drenching rains. >> more than 25 people. now it's getting bigger. sara, what's the line like? >> we have a group here. when did you get here? >> yesterday at 6:00 a.m. >> 6:00 a.m.? >> yeah. for justin. >> and you slept on the streets. >> yes. >> and your parents are okay with that? >> yes, they are. >> this is my favorite. i found a dad in the crowd who has taken the place of his daughters. when did they swap out for the hotel? >> they were here for 12 hours and left about 6:00 this morning to go back and clean up. >> how long are you covering their shift? >> hopefully they'll be back this afternoon sometime. >> yes. i have to. i just rode five hours with my daughter in a car to get here. >> sounds good. >> sounds like a good crowd, sara. >> should he have to spend his father's day week doing that? what a good daddy. >> that's love. we want to invite people coming to the plaza. it's this friday on the plaza. he'll be performing live. it's going to be -- >> insane, insane!
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>> -- a mob scene. >> so enjoy that. >> speaking of other singers. there are other singers in the world. we know adele has had very public problems with her vocal chords and had serious surgery and we found out celine dion had needed some vocal chord repair as well. but apparently celine has been singing some of adele's songs in her concert. we're going to take a listen to this and try to decide who's sing i singing, right? >> give it a guess. is it adele or celine. ♪ >> celine. >> it's hard to -- ♪ >> it's celine. you can tell how? >> i'm going to say that that is adele just to be different. what is the right answer? >> it's celine. >> you can tell how? >> because of the crispness of
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her voice. ♪ >> adele has a more covered sound and celine is is like a bell tone. >> i like that. speaking of tones, should we -- gloria is here. this is exciting. there are people who play all types of instruments but not very many people play the instrument gloria parker plays. >> she is one in a gazillion. >> gloria plays the wine glasses. >> in a way, she's our hero. >> if you ever saw the movie "miss congeniality" you know sandra bullock played the wine glasses. i didn't know it was a real thing. >> let's listen. ♪ >> we've got to do this. we've got to try it. ♪ >> gloria! >> gloria, hello! >> pardon my wet fingers. >> your fingers are wet. >> elbows. >> how are you? >> is this a tough thing to do, gloria?
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>> well, my grandfather brought the nucleus from czechoslovakia and she taughted me to do it when i was 8 and i gave my first concert at the age of 5. >> okay. should we get our fingers wet? >> oh, it's warm. i don't know what i was expecting. >> you don't actually use wine, you use water. >> oh, i use wine occasionally. >> i bet you do, gloria. >> they pay me to do it, you know. >> all right. so what should we do? they pay us to do the same thing, gloria, can you imagine that? . >> at regis' show, i started at one end, he started at another end and we see who got to the other end first. >> it was when i wasn't there. >> where do you want it? >> here. your fingers wet? >> yes. >> rub to your heart's content. >> oh, my. >> you do it now.
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show us how you do it. ♪ >> what! wait a minute. [ laughter ] >> do it again, do it again. it took me years and years of practice. >> i would have given up after five minutes. >> okay, one more time. >> you've got to put some elbow grease into it. >> i am. >> don't try it with your elbows. >> do it again. >> can you play "flight of the bumble bee"? >> of course. i play seven instruments. >> play another song. >> how about ♪ there's place for us somewhere ♪ >> all right! gorgeous! >> gloria, thank you. >> i never played that before. it's the first time. i take cold turkey requests from my audience. >> that was a cold turkey request. i bet she could do it with old
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turkey, too. i bet she can. >> that's awesome! >> everybody has their purpose in life. we know gloria's. >> gloria, thank you. >> what a sweetheart. >> i like her. >> yes. >> earlier in the show, we showed some of the best commercials of 2011. this is by the association of independent commercial producers. they announced their big winners. one of them -- sometimes you have a commercial, a feel-good, you watch it and feel so good inside. this is actually a chipotle ad. but it's got willie nelson singing, and it just kind of reminds you of just like an easier life. it's an animated -- ♪ back to the start >> i love of it already.
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♪ >> it's about sustainable farming. it's a long commercial, it's beautiful. >> what does it have to do with chipotle? >> i don't know. they put it in the truck, sendz it off. >> i don't know. >> apparently for best performance and dialogue, john krasinski and alec baldwin has a new one. >> it's not whether you get knocked down, john, it's whether you get back up again. >> thanks, john. >> alec baldwin said that. >> nope. vince lombardi said that. >> no. i think alec baldwin said that a second ago. >> okay. let's see if your bull pen can get back up after tonight's meltdown. >> we'll see if you can get back up after this.
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>> red sox tickets? that's awesome. >> i will make everybody in fenway cry. >> no, please, no. they are flammable. no, they are still usable, protect the bar code. well, now probably -- oh, my god, are you okay? >> call 912. call 912. >> what is 912? >> it's 911 for rich people. >> is that even true? >> hello? 912. >> 912 for rich people. >> how cute. >> they're both great actors. love them both. >> very cute. >> the winners of the best commercials will tour museums nationwide. >> so we are going to talk later today about "50 shades of grey." >> some people. >> some people. >> i'm not one of them. i do not understand the phenomenon. >> we will ask her all about it. what's weird. not only is this a book deal for this author --
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>> and a movie deal. >> she's also now making products soon -- lingerie, sleepwear, bedding, stationary. all of it. >> she is hitting the gold. >> she sure is. come on! >> you know what, i love her attitude about it. she laughs about it, says it basically, it's terrible writing, i never thought anybody would care so, you know, good for her. it just makes me wonder psychologically, what are people missing so much in their lives that this has become such a phenomenon, hoda woman who loves it. >> i just think it's one of those things that you need a little slide shshow in your hea and that's what it does. everyone needs one. i've decided -- >> three books of it. >> i know. i've been eating sugar nonstop. >> why? >> i don't know. >> is it hormonal? what's going on? >> i bought the thing of brownie bites. >> that you're supposed to take one bite. >> nobody does that.
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you know what, my energy goes high and low all the time. i don't sleep well. >> how many segments have we done on this? you know you're not supposed to do this. >> it's chemical, i put it in my mouth and close my eyes. >> where is madeleine? >> i think i will try just to do fruit and not cakes and sweets and stuff. >> that would be a good idea, hodie. >> let's try. let's see if anybody can do it with me. it's wednesday winesday. >> it was portugal day last sunday. so we have wines from the area. and we drink with them in solidarity for them going down the toy-toy in europe they may be the next to go so we wish them all the best. >> hoda is drinking a red twisted doro. >> and you're drinking a -- >> white wine. >> let's go out with gloria playing for us. still ahead, i wonder if she knows rap, and iced tea and what he went through as we talk to him.
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and get the all day pain relief of aleve in liquid gels. for some reason, just when you thought the obsession with the "50 shades" trilogy was almost yesterday's news, it gets hotter and hot sneer the book has sold more than 50 million copies. >> last week, it was dead. >> just yesterday, it was reported its author, e.l. james, could be writing another book this time from the privilege of christian grey, the male character. >> what's the obsession and why can't women stop talking about it. here to shed light is sexologist is mom-ed, ed in the bedroom. hello, logan. >> thank you for coming into our boudoir. >> my pleasure. >> this book is interesting. it is erotica. let's call it what it is. >> but you say it's not
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pornographic. what's the difference? >> it's a fine line. pornography doesn't leave anything up to your imagination. erotica taps into that intellectual brain that turns on. our brain is the biggest sex organ we have. >> is it about a guy in charge telling us what to do in the bedroom? >> i don't think it is so simple. we want to make it so simple, women are in control in real life and want to lose control in their sex lives. it may be an aspect of that. i think it's about getting back to that time in our lives, everything about sex was new and exciting and you didn't know what was going to come next. >> what about if that was 50 years ago! >> i know. which is why it's supposed to reignite our sex lives just because it is out of our control. >> i'll be honest, i talk to a lot of people. some people are sick of sex. they really are sick of it. they've had enough, they've found other things in life that are -- >> that are more interesting.
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>> there are other things, but i think pleasure is really an important part of our lives and tapping into that makes us want to have more pleasure. >> what about -- now, some people see this book as demeaning to women. the guy pulls out a whip which we happen to have on the table. >> which one is the whip? >> it's that one at the end. >> i thought that was a riding crop. >> yeah, but it's what he uses. >> this is a -- i don't think this is at all a debasement of women, a consensual relationship. >> right. she's not a sex slave. >> no. she has a great deal of power. just because you are the more aggressive in a relationship doesn't necessarily mean you have more power. >> let's talk about what's here on the table. >> there are lots of different kinds of ties, things to bind your partner. the whole idea behind -- >> this is what the police use sometimes. little handcuffs. >> where do you use this? >> these are shorter ones, obviously. >> like handcuffs. >> oh, for hands.
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that i get because we use that on our makeovers. >> blindfolds, robes, ties. you can make your own versions of these. >> what dare we ask are these? >> oh, the balls. >> the gold balls. >> these apparently -- i don't know if we can get a close-up. these you cannot get anywhere. >> no, you cannot find those. they are there to strengthen your pc muscles. >> your politically correct muscles. >> not those. i it don't know if i have those. they're supposed to strengthen your pelvic muscles and you insert them vaginally and they can cause all kinds of erotic pleasure. >> i'd be afraid you'd -- >> don't they get in the way. >> no. they're before you engage in any kind of act. it's to turn you on before. >> oh. it's pregame. >> it's pregame, foreplay. >> thinking of pregame, frank called, they said. what did he say?
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>> he said, take notes. >> bring it on, big boy! oh, my god. >> thank you for coming to visit. >> i'm not sure we learned a thing, but it was fun. thank you so much. up next, "law & order's" ice-t on next and life with wife cocoa next. forty-five minutes? an hour? well... listen. 5-hour energy lasts a whole lot of hours. take one in the afternoon, and you'll feel alert and energized 'til the cows come home. it's packed with b-vitamins and nutrients to make it last. so what's it going to be, partner? 5-hour energy. wise choice. 5-hour energy. hours and hours of energy. a.. ...vo... [ female announcer ] avocado is a go at subway. try the taste-rrific turkey & bacon avocado today! subway. the official training restaurant of michael phelps and athletes everywhere.
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you know him in his role as tough-as-nails detective fin tutuola on nbc's "law & order." and now going back to his roots, the author, actor and direct or has a book called "something for nothing," the art of rap. >> we're hip. >> yeah. >> congratulations. i guess these premieres are going crazy all over, right? >> it's incredible. we're promoting the movie backwards, letting all the critics see it first. we're going across the country. we haven't gotten one negative review, in a world of haters, not one. tremendous. >> this is your directorial
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debut so at's pretty miraculous, right? >> we took it to sundance. that was the bar. it got bought the first day. now we have a release this friday. it's going to be a threlease on friday. >> it's two hours long. documentaries aren't always -- seems to me rarely that long. >> when i started, i had a six hour cut. it was hard to get it to two hours. >> you come from rap and understand this better than anyone. you said eminem was a surprising interview. why is that? >> we got em to open up. i only interviewed my friends and people i knew. but eminem went in and started telling me all kinds of stuff about how rap saved him and brought him back from overdose and kind of good stuff that people need to hear. >> it's funny how rap is one of those things that has crossed over into mainstream and i think pretty quickly. did that surprise you? because you've seen it from its infancy. >> 25 years ago when we really
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started to hit, everybody said it was a fad. now, it's like a global thing. i made the movie, i'm sitting back watching the weatherman rap, i'm like, really? do people even really know where this comes from? now it's so much a part of the culture, i wanted to say something. >> there are lyrics i find personally really really offensive and other things i think, that's cool. is there anything that offends you? you're a father. anything in there that offends you? >> my thing is, you know, it's art, and art sometimes is offensive. i could go to, you know, any art gallery and i might look up and say, okay, that might be a little bit aggressive. if you really dig into shakespeare, there's a lot of heavy stuff going on in there. >> yeah, no kidding. >> it's one of those things, it's for the person that appreciates it. this may be a little bit too hard for you. no matter how hard you go, it's not hard enough for some people. >> but do you think it has had a negative influence on culture in any way? >> totally positive. it's brought are the races
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together. it put barack obama in the presidency. if it wasn't for rap, white people wouldn't have been so open to vote for somebody like barack obama but it was hip-hop 20 years ago that got people willing to vote. there's only 10% black people in this united states. white people voted for barack. >> i would think because they thought he was a good candidate, not because he was black. >> that had to happen after their eyes were opened up and hip-hop was what brought us together. hip-hop took down a lot of those boundaries, music did that. >> let's talk a little bit about coco. a lot of people know you from "law & order." but they know you from your show. >> has coco read "50 shades of grey"? >> listen, if you live in my house, the last thing you need to read is "50 shades of grey". i can tell you we would have done 50 shades of blue, orange, yellow and pink. >> we need coco coming in. >> so things are good at home. >> look at him. >> he's got a big old smile on his face. >> we wish you good luck with the opening of your movie.
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"something from nothing" opens in theaters this friday. congrats. >> thank you very much. still ahead -- father knows best, but how much do you know about your favorite tv and movie dads? find out when we play "who knew". and ending the school year with a nice gift for your teacher.
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we are back on this winesday wednesday. we're ready to play our weekly trivia game we call "who knew? since father's day is this sunday. we will test your knowledge. kathie lee is across the street and going to hand out 100 bucks to those who get the answers right and to those who don't, a kathie lee cd. with me is senior writer dave carger, who happens to be in town for father's day. >> hi, dad, see you in a couple days. >> let's go across the street with kath. >> this couple is celebrating their 30th anniversary in new york, from atlanta.
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congratulations to you. bill cosby received two emmy awards for best actor for the bill cosby show. >> true. >> we get the album! we get your cd, woo! >> we'll get it for her. >> she has the script down. that was false. what's the truth? >> he was actually never nominated for "the bill cosby show" but won for "i spy." >> who knew? >> back to kath. >> lovely lady from richmond, virginia. in "the sopranos," tony soprano lived with his family in new jersey. what was the fbi's code name for their home? the spaghetti factory, the ketchup factory, sausage factory or cheese factory. >> that's the one show i haven't watched. anybody? the ketchup factory. >> this is a good thing. >> the correct answer is actually c, the sausage factory. why that?
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>> that's kind of the derogatory name the fbi had for them. that's an obscure question i will allow in the beginning of season three. talk about emmys, that show was an emmy factory. tony began dowon three of them. >> back to kath. >> jerry stiller famous for his role as george's eccentric father frank costanza on "seinfeld," but on what other sitcom did he play an oddball dad? >> "king of queens"? >> yes. yes. >> did i say "ring of queens"? >> he is so funny in everything. >> there's just something about jerry stiller such a nice guy but he can do annoying part excellence. so great on "seinfeld" and then "king and queens" right after that. >> gene us, genius. back to kath. >> which actor plays steve
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martin's role as father of the bride, george banks in the original "father of the bride?" >> what was the name? spencer trace? jaim stew art, or grant cable? >> the first one. >> that's what he wanted to say. spencer tracy. there you go! >> you're right. spencer tracy it is. >> good teamwork. >> you know who was the daughter, the actual bride, elizabeth taylor in one of her first young adult roles. i loved the steve martin remake. >> back to kath. >> lady from denver, colorado, when clark griswold had to replace and cut down the tree in the front yard in "christmas vacation," what was inside of it? a chipmunk, skunk, possum or a quarrel? >> skunk.
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>> this is one of my finest. i think you will find it. >> the correct answer is the squirrel. >> such a great scene. >> such a great scene. and who does it land on at the end of the scene, julia louis-dreyfus. it latches on to her. it never gets old. pf. >> yes. back across the street to kath. >> these darling girls are from one of my favorite places, gulf breeze, florida. right near pensacola on the gulf coast. gosh, it's beautiful. okay, ladies, what was the patriarch, jim anderson's profession on "father knows best"? you weren't even born yet so take a guess. >> any ideas? >> car salesman. >> you'd be wrong. i'll try to find my pop record for you. is there one -- >> they're so hip. >> you know, out of 16, it's hard to find the right one. we'll go with this one for now. >> he was actually an insurance agent. >> that's right. he worked for the general
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insurance agency. but he never seemed to be at work, was always at home. what a great dad he was. great role for robert young. >> thanks for coming to see us and happy fathers day to your dad. up next, great teacher gifts all for under $20. [dumbfounded] well, we... doesn't last long does it? listen. 5-hour energy lasts a whole lot of hours. so you can get a lot done without refills. it's packed with b-vitamins and nutrients to make it last. so don't just stand there holding your lattes, boys. make your move. we'll take the 5-hour energy. smart move. 5-hour energy. hours and hours of energy.
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as school wraps up for the summer, you want to make sure to thank your child's teacher for all they've done through the years. >> here with gifts is a retail manager, you look like a woman with great gifts for the teacher. >> i'm good at that. >> all for under 20 bucks, the most important thing. a lot of people have more than one teacher and it gets expensive. >> i know. you know, what i really love are personalized gifts, if you can. they often tend to be more expensive. this gift is from your cover.
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an affordable way to personalize a gift for your teacher. you submit a picture of her. we made one of you guys. they can -- you can print that at home for $12.95. >> that's a great idea. >> yeah. >> what if you don't like your teacher? >> no gift! >> what's the next one? >> this one has a personalized feel as well. personalized stationery is kind of too expensive outside our comfortable price range. she can actually personalize herself depending on the occasion, different stamps, happy birthday, cheers, thank you, from target. $12.99. >> nice for the teacher who likes music. and who doesn't? >> and for your male or female teacher, your tech gift. >> that's under $20? >> under $20. $19.99. from ihome and amplify the sound from your mp3 device or sound device.
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>> so technically a little over $20 with tax, right, kay? >> let's not talk about tax. if you like smell goods and who doesn't. >> it's rest and relaxation for summertime, right? these smell so good. citrus and vanilla, bath bombs. they make everything in small batches and super fresh and comes wrapped. >> you dump it in the tub and it foams up. i love it. >> love, love, love candles. >> more smelly deliciousness. these are candles, $19.50. they're all different. >> all very beachy. >> beach grass, ice cream soda. >> with summer coming up, a nice idea. >> everybody loves teas. >> these are fair trades. we have two options. we have the portfolio, which is actually on sale for $14.95, a great option. >> and beautifully packaged. >> i love these. and you can reuse them. it's a great hostess gift as well, 30 tea bags, lots of great flavors.
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you have your green tea, chamomile and great flavors. then we have this visual ones that start at $8. blooming flowers you do in these teapots. look how stunning they are. >> that is adorable. >> oh, cute. >> you add the hot water and they open up and bloom. those are fabulous as well. >> let's drink. >> the peace resistance. we won't resist it. >> you don't have to. these are under $11 each. amazing prices. this is nice, fresh, new every single year, nice and delicious. >> everybody waits for the day. >> exactly. this is a sparkling rose, more celebratory, both under $11. >> great ideas. thank you so much. up next, how to cook like a professional for a large graduation celebration and you can still enjoy the party. and what's a party without music. a live performance by country music star josh turner.
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good morning. i'm meteorologist crystal egger with the weather channel and your forecast. we'll start today looking good across the eastern half of the country, especially here in the northeast where we've had bouts of rain for so many days, and it's finally gone. around the florida area and especially into southern georgia, could see a few showers. this is going to be the big story today, a wide swath of severe weather anticipated from kansas all the way into the western lakes, minneapolis, omaha. you could see some damaging wind gusts, large hail, even isolated tornadoes in the forecast. so a lot of heat building ahead of that storm. and, as that storm moves in, it's going to trigger the severe in this area. look at phoenix, 105 today, 75 in new york city, 82 in washington, d.c. on friday, there's still going to be a chance for a few severe storms, not as widespread, but we'll be watching it closely. back into the high plains there, still dry getting into the
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weekend in the northeast, temperatures are going to slowly warm up as well. the west looking good, west of the rockies, we need some moisture desperately. we don't see any in the forecast anytime soon, 87 the forecast high in denver. on saturday, still dry in the east, high plains is where we have a threat of showers and thunderstorms, 80 in minneapolis, it's going to be one of those days where the clouds build in the afternoon and may have to go inside because of a thunderstorm in the area. around the lakes into chicago, you're still dry until sunday night. then a chance of showers as the system continues to sweep its way closer to the ohio valley. looking good for the start of the week in the northeast, and on tuesday pretty quiet with the exception of the northern states, still unsettled here around the western lakes, warming into the mid-80s around atlanta. remember, you can "wake up with al" and stephanie abrams weekday mornings at 6:00 a.m. on the weather channel. [ male announcer ] research suggests the health of our cells plays a key role
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now on "get started today" preparing for large parties throughout the summer, whether a large gathering or friends at your house, our chef has mouth-watering recipes including more balls that will dazzle everybody. >> it's a ball day here, all right? not easy to cook for a lot of people. >> i want to do something that will make it simple for you you can do the day before and if you prepare the day before, the party is a lot easier so you can drink wine and relax. this is my favorite recipe, my meatballs. the great thing about it, it's super simple. we have a little bit of ground beef, little bit of parmesan and
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chile flake. then the bread is a couple eggs and flat-leaf italian parsley. if you soak the bread in milk, it gives great moisture to the meatball and doesn't dry out on you. you mix this guy up and form your balls just like so. once you form the balls, the great thing about them, you can refrigerate them, make them smaller. >> once the balls are done, they're done. >> finish scooping all your balls. >> stop saying "balls." >> i will stop. i won't say balls no more. make a leftover meatloaf for your family and helps you with your parties. here's sauciness. i want to make a boozy barbecue sauce. what i do a little bit of garlic, onions and peppers. i take a little bit of brandy and cook that brandy off. want to add the rest of that? . >> i'm not going to get -- >> no, you won't get splattered. a little bit of hot sauce, liquid smoke that will give the smoke to your barbecue sauce. >> honey?
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>> a little bit of honey. a little bit of tomato paste and will add major depth to your sauce. >> is this brown sugar? >> yes. >> light brown sugar, exactly. use the spoon. we have a little bit of -- i can't say this -- worcestershire. >> worcestershire. >> and a little bit of apple cider vinegar. >> and ketchup. >> that's a lot of ketchup. that's about half of what hoda eats at lunchtime. >> oh, i love ketchup. >> you can make this ahead of time and there's sweet and sour. check that out. try this and tell me what you think. also, summer is coming up. >> oh, that's delicious. >> yum. >> also, summer is coming up. people think about grilling out. great, you can serve them hot and cold.
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i made watermelon salad. >> my sh, that is so good. >> you can grill it the day before. grilling adds depth to the dish and makes it super tasty. i made my boozy stouty brownies that have a little bit -- i'm sorry, stouty brownies that have a little bit of butterscotch sauce. >> tasty. delicious. >> up next -- >> excuse me. >> -- country music star josh turner performs live. first, this is "today" on nbc. . how long since you worried about flakes? since before jeans were this skinny. not since us three got a haircut. ♪ not since my first twenty-ninth birthday. [ female announcer ] head & shoulders. clinically proven to improve scalp health. with seven benefits, there's no worries from flakes, itch or breakage. i haven't worried about flakes since my grunge days. remember them? trying not to. [ female announcer ] head & shoulders. scalp and hair beyond compare. with smooth caramel and chocolate. ♪ hmm twix.
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♪ >> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. with his deep baritone voice, josh has been called country's -- and you're filling
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in. >> i'm back. >> lucky for all of us, josh is here to sing something of his new cd called "punching bag." >> good to see you. >> you have this new cd out. how's it doing? rocking? >> we sold five copies yesterday. it's doing great. no. it's doing great. i'm excited about this album being out. 11 songs on this record. i wrote eight of them. so i'm -- there's a lot of heart and soul in this record. >> we love you will sing for us. you will be playing on july 4th in d.c. at the mall. what are you singing for us today? >> "time is love." >> take it away! >> your new single. ♪ ♪ i know i got to put in the hours make the money while the sunlight shines ♪ ♪ but anything i got to get done
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it can get done some other time ♪ ♪ time is love got to run love to hang longer but i got someone ♪ ♪ who waits waits for me and right now she's where i need to be ♪ ♪ time is love ♪ gotta run ♪ i only get so many minutes ♪ don't want to spend them all on the clock ♪ ♪ in the time that we spend talking how many kisses have i lost ♪ ♪ time is love got to run love to hang longer but i've got someone ♪ ♪ who waits waits for me and right now she's where i need to be ♪
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♪ time is love got to run got to fly ♪ ♪ before one more moment gets by ♪ ♪ time is love gotta run ♪ love to hang longer but i got someone ♪ ♪ who waits waits for me and
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right now she's where i need to be ♪ ♪ time is love gotta run ♪ love to hang longer but i got someone ♪ ♪ who waits ♪ waits for me and right now she's where i need to be ♪ ♪ time is love gotta run ♪ time is love ♪ gotta run >> yes! >> nice, good job! >> that beautiful blond amongst all these animals, how do you do it? how fun. >> thank you so much. good luck with the cd. >> appreciate it. >> everyone go out and grab that one. tomorrow, famed home decor designer


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